How to turn your paper into a presentation

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How to turn your paper into a  presentation
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Review your paper Narrow the scope of your paper: Pick out/highlight the most important parts (2-3  main points) Ensure that your current thesis will fit the new  scope Develop a solid introduction, transitions and  conclusions Consider how to include in text citations
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Introduction Attention Getter Credibility Statement Relevance Thesis (two parts) Topic Preview of Main Points Transition to the Body of Your Speech
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Body/Transitions Main Point 1 Supporting evidence Explanations In Speech Citations Main Point 2 Supporting evidence Explanations
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Conclusion Transition to conclusion Restatement of thesis Clincher
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Methods for Explanations Quasi-scientific Transformative Elucidating Analogies Metaphors Visual Aids
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Quasi-Scientific Help the audience to note important message 
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course COMM 217 taught by Professor Courtneyscherr during the Fall '11 term at Purdue University.

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